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Eclipse IoT Day Grenoble 2017

SAVE THE DATE : May 13-14, 2024

Eclipse IoT Day 2024 is here :

After the success of the IoT Day 2014, IoT Day 2015 and IoT Day 2016, we are back for a third edition! This year, we will have a two-day event, with a combination of talks and tutorials.

We are working on putting together the program so please contact us if you want to present at the event:

  • Benjamin Cabé, Eclipse Foundation: benjamin at eclipse dot org
  • Gaël Blondelle, Eclipse Foundation: gael dot blondelle at eclipse dot org
  • Didier Donsez, LIG/UGA: didier dot donsez at imag dot fr
  • Serge Imbert-Bouchard, Clust'R Numérique s dot imbert-bouchard at leclustr dot org


March 9-10 , 2017

IMAG Building, Domaine Universitaire, 38400 Saint Martin d'Hères

Access :

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Registration form :

The event is free but the registration is mandatory. Please inform us if you cancel your participation.



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Recorded videos here:

AGENDA :: Thursday 9

08:30 : Registration

09:00-12:00 : Morning session

09:00 - Gaël Blondelle in, Eclipse Foundation, Eclipse IoT News & Eclipse IoT Whitepaper.

10:00 - Levent Gürgen in, CEA, sensiNact, an open IoT platform for smarter cities. slides

10:30 - Coffee break

11:00 - Ludovic Poitou in, ForgeRock, Identity of Things: Identity Management in IoT. slides

11:30 - Aurélien Pupier in, Red Hat, Classic middleware integration for your IoT integration aka Apache Camel for Eclipse Kura.

  • Apache Camel is a well-established Integration framework, let's see how to leverage it in the IoT world. I will focus on Eclipse Kura and how to leverage the existing tooling for Camel provided by Fuse Tooling to develop Eclipse Kura service. slides

12:00-13:30 : Lunch

13:30-17:30 : Afternoon session

13:30 - Anthony Charbonnier in, Sigfox, Getting started LPWAN with Sigfox. slides

13:55 - Nicolas Damour in, Sierra Wireless, Standardized LPWA connectivity: LTE-M, NB-IoT and EC-GSM-IoT slides

  • The last 5 years have seen a tremendous increase in the interest for Low Power, Wide Area (LPWA) connectivity technologies designed to connect IoT Devices on a global scale in an easy, efficient and cost effective way. This presentation introduces the latest standardized LPWA technologies that are being rolled out onto cellular networks throughout the world in 2017: 4G LTE-M, 4G NB-IOT and 2G EC-GSM-IOT. It will provide technical details on how these technologies fulfill the “promise of the 3 C’s: Consumption, Coverage and Cost”, while leveraging the advantages of the existing cellular networks such as widespread adoption, security and long-term availability.

14:20 - LPWAN Mini Panel, Anthony Charbonnier in & Nicolas Damour in. Moderator: Didier Donsez.

14:40 - Laurent Lagosanto in, MicroEJ: "Using Java for small devices in IoT, Eclipse Edje, MQTT". slides

15:10 - Frédéric Rivière in, MicroEJ: "Getting started with LWM2M / MQTT". slides

15:40 - Coffee break

16:00 - Alexandre Abadie in, INRIA Saclay, "RIOT OS and the Evolution of IoT Operating Systems & Applications". slides

16:30 - Sébastien Bolle in, Orange, Smart Device Template - An abstraction layer for IoT objects - Implementation in Eclipse OM2M slides

  • Using an abstraction layer for breaking IoT silos and enabling IoT object sharing

17:00 - Borja Sixto in, Ulex Innovative Systems, Voximal : Appelez et parlez avec votre objet connecté slides

  • Une nouvelle expérience utilisateur : Appelez et dites simplement, "Allume la lumière de ma chambre." Présentation de Voximal une solution logicielle qui permet de parler à son objet connecté au travers d'un appel téléphonique. Voximal intègre des ressources télécoms et vocales pour établir un dialogue en langage naturel à l'aide du langage standard VoiceXML.

17:20 - Richard Phan in, INVENTHYS, Retour d'expérience sur Octopus by Joy ( slides

  • Comment industrialiser un proto en 3 mois et lancer une production en série 6 mois après. Inventhys a conçu l'électronique et géré le projet d'intégration mécanique / industrialisation

17:40 - Frédéric Bard in, Veyado, From a signal processing to embedded system. slides

  • Example of prototyping algorithm using MATLAB/SCILAB and ECLIPSE environment, passing from the Labo demo to an embedded POC , translating M,SCI, to C code, from double to simple precision."

18:00 - Conclusion

18:10-19:30 : Networking cocktail

AGENDA :: Friday 10 : Hack Day

Attendees could prototype tangible things with the fabMSTIC fablab tools.

Bring Your Own Computer (BYOC): Don't forget it ! and an EU plug adapter

Classrooms for the workshops into the IMAG building.


Registration at 08:30

Morning track : 09:00 - 12:00

Getting Started with Sigfox

Getting Started with RIOT on IoT-Lab.

Alexandre Abadie in, INRIA Saclay, Gaëtan Harter and Frédéric Saint Marcel, INRIA Grenoble,

This workshop will give you a hands-on introduction to IoT-Lab usage and to IoT network configuration with RIOT.

Learn the base: Start an experiment on IoT-Lab, play with the heterogeneous hardware available and do some advanced networking with open standards adapted to IoT using RIOT.

Getting Started with FESTIVAL Experimentation platform

FESTIVAL project brings together European and Japanese testbeds that allow access to various resources such as open data, IoT, IT and living lab resources.

The FESTIVAL platform is targeting experimenters to allow them taking benefit of this rich set of European and Japanese resources via a unique tool accessing heterogeneous set of resources in a uniform and federated way, and use, compose and extend those resources for validating their research in close to real-life conditions in a multi-device, multi-protocol and multi-cultural environment.

This Hand-on session of the FESTIVAL platform will help developers to discover the FESTIVAL platform offer, and to access and use the resources in the future for their research and development purpose.

Even if the platform is still under continuous development, it already provides a long list of resources. We expect to gather valuable feedback from the participants for its further versions.

In order to better understand the workflow for experimentation setup you can refer to Festival project web page This workflow will be followed during this track to use the resources supported by the platform

Lunch : 12:00 - 13:00 (Room Foyer)

Afternoon track : 13:00 - 16:00

Getting Started with sensiNact

sensiNact consists of a software platform enabling the collection, processing and redistribution of any data relevant for improving the quality of life of urban citizens, programming interfaces allowing different modes of access to data (on-demand, periodic, historic, etc.) and application development and deployment tools to easily and rapidly build innovative applications on top of the platform.

More technical information about the platform can be found at:

sensiNact is currently in use in several collaborative projects in application domains such as smart city, smart building, smart ski station, smart living and well ageing, smart farming, etc.

sensiNact is joining to the Eclipse community:

In this session, the participants will learn how to use sensiNact (via REST APIs or using an Eclipse based tool) and to create simple applications to interact with various physical devices (sensors and actuators) with connectivity support to today’s various IoT protocols and platforms such as LORA, Zigbee, IEEE 802.15.4, Sigfox, enOcean, MQTT, XMPP, NGSI, HTTP, CoAP, etc.

With its modular approach, connectivity support for new protocols can be rapidly developed and dynamically added to the platform, even at run-time. available for the developers. The participants will thus also learn how to rapidly create support for new communication protocols and integrate it to the sensiNact platform.

Participants expected to install VirtualBox (at least 5.0) with Guest Additions installed and Maven (at least 3.3) before the session.

Getting Started with RIOT on IoT-Lab

Alexandre Abadie in, INRIA Saclay, Gaëtan Harter and Frédéric Saint Marcel, INRIA Grenoble,

This workshop will give you a hands-on introduction to IoT-Lab usage and to IoT network configuration with RIOT.

Learn the base: Start an experiment on IoT-Lab, play with the heterogeneous hardware available and do some advanced networking with open standards adapted to IoT using RIOT.

Downtown Hotels

15 minutes from the Campus by Tram. 10 minutes max for the railway station by Tram.

Residhome Grenoble Caserne de Bonne 21 Rue Lazare Carnot, 38100 Grenoble Tel: +33 4 76 86 88 88 website
Hôtel de l'Europe 22 place Grenette, 38000 Grenoble Tel +33 4 76 46 16 94 website
Hôtel Angleterre 5 Place Victor Hugo, 38000 Grenoble Tel +33 4 38 88 40 40 website
Hôtel Ibis Grenoble Centre 5 Rue de Miribel, 38000 Grenoble Tel +33 4 76 47 48 49 website
Hôtel Gambetta 59 Boulevard Gambetta, 38000 Grenoble Tel +33 4 76 87 22 25 website
Hotel Europole 29 Rue Pierre Semard, 38000 Grenoble Tel +33 4 76 49 51 52 website
Hôtel Alizé 1 Rue Amiral Courbet, 38000 Grenoble Tel +33 4 76 43 12 91 website

Gallery Eclipse IoT 2017

Gallery Eclipse IoT 2016

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